No Feeling - Instrumental

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2017/03/18 02:20:05 (permalink)

No Feeling - Instrumental

Hey'all. I have a vocal, just haven't recorded it yet.
I tried some new tricks to spread the sound and get some bigness. Hell, I even tried to master it separately from the mixdown process which yielded some surprising results.
Love to hear feedback on;
1. likability
2. mix (especially small speakers)
3. other things your mind thinks of.
I know the vocal always changes the impression of a tune - but still curious what you think since it's been awhile since I've completed or posted anything - been a long hiatus.

Joshua Barnes
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    Re: No Feeling - Instrumental 2017/03/18 16:23:21 (permalink)
    1. great
    2. great
    3.  could be a couple ticks faster tempo, it's right on the edge of dragging a little.

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    Re: No Feeling - Instrumental 2017/03/20 22:21:11 (permalink)
    Joshua, it's good to hear from you again after so long.  Hope you're doing OK.  As for this song, it's hard for me to comment on a chord progression as naked as this one.  Your engineering chops have always been strong, and they are this time.  To me, you're one of the more compelling singers I've heard, so I'll wait until you complete this song before I get too serious with my comments.  All I can say is; let 'er rip!

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    Re: No Feeling - Instrumental 2017/03/22 15:11:18 (permalink)
    Hey Josh, long time no hear... good to have you back.  As for the track- I listened on my pc speakers, and they were breaking up pretty bad.  From experience with my own tracks I know this usually means I need to hi pass the bass and the kick drum.  It also seemed like the track may have been over-compressed or run too hot through a maximizer. Anyway, I'm sorry to say that I couldn't really evaluate the track due to the distortion on my speakers.  I regret that because I remember how good you were!
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